BBC: Almost 30,000 people across the UK still tune into their favourite programmes on black and white TV sets.
The figures were released by TV Licensing to mark the 40th anniversary of the first colour transmissions on BBC1 and ITV.
The 28,000 black and white licence holders included 1,950 in Scotland. The figures showed the black and white sets have not yet been consigned to history despite the rise of flat-screens and the iPlayer.
While the figures show there is still life in the oldest TV equipment, BBC statistics show that emerging technologies are changing the way many of us watch TV. In September, the BBC iPlayer attracted more than one million unique users a day, who watched a total of 60.8 million TV programmes on the internet using computers, smart phones and games consoles, as well as on televisions equipped with the Virgin Media set-top boxes.